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-called twin paradox. well, bye. i don't know if i'll see you again. and while the traveling twin experiences weeks... the stay-at-home twin experiences years. you know, i think i'll just sit here and do nothing. that sounds like-- yeah, i'll do that. now, what? what? what is going on out there? ah, my goodness... hey. i don't believe this. look at you. - good to see you. - i must relax. i can't relax. i'm too old to relax. look at the size of this one, will you? could a situation like this be true? you bet it can. this is time dilation. we can see time dilation by comparing clocks from different frames of reference. say, from the earth and from a high-speed rocket ship. now, a clock can be anything that measures periodic intervals of time. to simplify, we're gonna let the ticks of our clock be periodic flashes of light. look at the light flashes emitted by the stationary rocket ship. now, some time goes by before they reach the distant planet. but since there's no relative motion involved, successive flashes get to the planet at regularly-spaced intervals. that's to say, both the sender and
to that project whatsoever. can you hear me from here? our site is at the base of twin peaks. it is unique in the sense that it's adjacent to vista lane shown in red. this is a right-of-way which [speaker not understood] allows the public to come up through the neighborhood and to the base of the twin peaks natural area. our proposed project is a four-family infill, a small development that is [speaker not understood] to the fabric of the existing neighborhood. and it will be framing the vista lane steps in a similar manner as the other buildings down here from vista lane. the steps [speaker not understood] and the setbacks match the existing buildings as you can see in this model. and there is a side yard separating our building from the neighbors. so, there is no interference with light, air, or privacy for the neighbors. also space for the steps is 19 feet wide which is practically similar to the other spaces that cover the stairs through the neighborhood. this is our building is seen from [speaker not understood] drive. it is among the existing buildings and these are the steps going u
to the german tourists and the other tourists that wander up and down the hill and go to twin peaks because it's going to be safer. right now, you've seen the pictures of the area and the fact that it's overgrown and hanging. it brings about the possibility of all kinds of scary criminal elements. i do believe that by landscaping it we make it more inviting to not only the community, but to the tourists who come to twin peaks. we make it easable so that the residents who park at the top of the hill feel a nice safe way of coming down the hill. and i think we have to start to really balance things. our environmental review said that there was no impact on open space, said there was no impact on any plant species or animal species by this development. yet from a design perspective, the open space was an issue. and i believe that you're seeing a building that is not only well designed and even staff said if it were anyplace else in the city, they would love it. and i think you're seeing a building that is not only well designed, but one that fits perfectly into that one piece of infill and really
we became parents of identical twin girls, zoe and nina. we knew it was time to come home. so, in early 2008 we were fortunate enough to find a house that at the time suited our needs perfectly in noe valley, just a wonderful neighborhood that we love. but over the past 4-1/2 years that we have lived there, we've been thinking about how our needs are going to change as the girls get older. and we framed our discussion this way. will this house suit us for another 20 years or more? and will it continue to suit us if we decide to have another child? and we realized that as much as we love this house that our changing needs might cause us to outgrow it. with some modest changes it could be a comfortable cozy home for years to come. the specific examples i want to bring up are if we were to have another child, then we would have to put both twins in this bedroom back here so that we can have all the kids on the same floor as the master bedroom. but these -- this is a very small room, particularly for two children. and, so, we want to add 125 square feet to the second floor. simila
. >> reporter: it may have seemed counterintuitive at first but the twin cities, known for a thriving arts scene and enjoying a renaissance in dance, offered new opportunities to carve out a niche. >> there had been a lot of work already done in the dance world, as well as room and space to welcome in new ideas and new visions for dance here in the twin cities. >> reporter: a few years after exploring career options and teaching, they began tu dance in 2004, named after toni and uri's first initials. the company has regularly sold out larger and larger venues with a repertoire that reflects uri sands diverse background. >> what i notice in the last five years is the evolution in the range of their work. they're one of the few companies that within their own work span so many different kinds of styles, from classical ballet to modern dance to contemporary performance to urban dance. there are companies that produce the diversity of work, but it's really toni and uri that are doing what i think is the most significant broad ranged work. >> reporter: uri sands choreographs most of the company's wor
know the saying we all have a twin somewhere in the world. sometimes people say i have a twin right in this room, natalie and i often get confused on the plaza. >> if i was five inches taller. >> maybe on my best day. >> something to think about. we all have a doppelganger people say, we will talk about that a little later on. you always say people confuse you with brad pitt. >> clooney or pitt. >>> we start with overnight developments in the search for the lucky powerball winners. nbc kerry sanders in dearborn, missouri. we will learn the identity of the state's multimillionaire in a number of hours. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. actually, the officials have now told me the name, it is out there, 51-year-old cindy hill and her 52-year-old husband, mark. her name precedes his because she is the one that bought the ticket, but there's no question they're going to share the money, say they're going to share it with their three adult children, with their nieces and nephews, and going to share it with their six-year-old adopted daughter a china. she already has one
don't recognize me because i paid cosmetic surgeons to make me look like an olson twin. (laughter) (cheers and applause) so my family walks out on me. but that's okay, i got that new girlfriend, cinnamon. and she loves me for me, money. (laughter) and she leaves me for ming the merciless! how could you do me like, that ming? bros before hos! oh, my god, how has my life come to this? i wish i'd never won the lotto. (laughter) i didn't win. oh. oh, god, thank god. okay, back to the salt mine. (laughter) from now on, no more stupid gambles, i'm going to keep my money safe in the stock market. (laughter) nation -- (cheers and applause) nation, there is a war on traditional marriage in this country did you know many of those brides and grooms on the top of wedding cakes aren't legally married? you're frosting in sin! now the threat to traditional marriage is coming from inside the couple. >> the importance of marriage among women rose 9 percentage point from 1997 from 28% to 37%. but those women aren't finding men to marry. apparently because men are less interested, dropping from 35%
, and they put twin keys out of business. >> you know it. what do you make of this full court post elect press, whether they are, have a real chance to regain status. >> i think they will argue to the president, we did all we could for you,. neil: he is the reason he got reelectioned. >> now is time you still enjoying the aura of reelection. if they have any courage to stop raising of facts, before tt -- taxes before that happens is now when they want to cash in. neil: today in new york city, protesting outsi a number of mcdonald's. but, they want to unionize mcdonald's, can you imagine the price of burgers and fri. >> they will do the same thing to mcdonald's as they did to hostess, and they are trying with walmart too. what happened to free market, it used to mean free from government interference. neil: you have lost way toouch weight, you are so cut, you are prince valiant of law. neil: you are my idol. >> -- >> you are my idol. neil: i found the weight you lost. >> you look terrific. >> thank you. neil: business leaders are lining up for white house meetings like planes at la gardia, but
support the twin purposes of c-e-q-a which are environmental protection and informed self-government. and we all know that compliance with c-e-q-a including public input has improved countless public and private projects in california over the last 40 years. it's resulted in tangible protection for endangered species and their habitats, cleaner hair and water and more efficient use of scarce public resources. although many of the proposed amendments before you today appear to be technical conforming changes, the proposal as a whole would make public participation in city decision making even more difficult. even more difficult than sitting in these hard benches for many hours as we've done in many chambers here. and we're concerned that the proposed amendments improperly subvert the important public informed self-government principles of c-e-q-a. so, first and foremost, the repeal of existing appeal procedures and administrative code 31.16 and the replacement with the far more restrictive and limited provision than the proposed amendments to both raise obstacles to develop
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harris and i am a homeowner in the marina and a mother of 3 1/2 year twins that use the green quite a bit and we love it. we are out there quite a bit playing soccer, the views are amazing. this just seems off brand for san francisco as far as i'm concerned because a commercial restaurant -- we have so many designated commercial streets. we've got forti'(ëo mason, chest street, fillmore street, fisherman's wharf. why do we need to put a commercial restaurant there. why not a yoga student, something that will benefit the community, a bike shop, something that people can use, a soccer club. i feel like a commercial restaurant is great for tourists, but i don't necessarily think it's a great thing for the community. yeah, i think of it as more of an eyesore. you look at the bridge, you look at angel island, marina headlands and now look at a sign that says fish market? which i'm sure is a great fish restaurant, the employees are wonderful, they looked nice and i'm sure the family is fantastic. to me it's not about the family but the fact we're putting a commercial restaurant which is so off
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, a single woman who came up with twins, and she set off to make her mark in the world. >> she re-invented herself, right? >> she re-invented herself. she instilled certain principles in my sister, my twin sister, frances, and myself. believe in yourself. have a lot of confidence. don't shirk away from a challenge but recognize opportunities when they come. also, honesty and integrity. and lastly, i think she really taught me that you have to put the customer first. she was a business woman. i was with her in her business every single day. >> so you were raised in segregated washington. >> yes. >> your mother decided to become a hairdresser, a master beautician? >> yes. >> and who would ever believe it, through this business and from her being such, again, not really highly educated but being a great businesswoman, you began meeting some diplomats, some leaders, and you got this remarkable experience growing up. >> well, my mother opened her door to a world that would ultimately evolve, but she didn't know that. for example, she used to come to new york every single l year to part
in that rav-4 with the twins. >> casey, thank you so much. still ahead here this morning on "starting point," bringing art to urban youth. why brothers russell and danny simmons are so passionate about the case. they will be here with us next. [ gordon ] for some this line is a convenience. how you doing today? i'm good thanks. how are you? i'm good. [ gordon ] but for others, it's all they can afford. every day nearly nine million older americans don't have enough to eat. anything else? no, not today. join me, aarp, and aarp foundation in the drive to end hunger by visiting aids is not going to take my baby. ♪ aids will not take our future. ♪ our weapons are testing... education, care and support. ♪ and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ >>> it is the hottest, hippest art show in the country. means i'm not inviting. and 20 artists will compete in miami for a chance to show their art in new york. it's all part of a larger organization bringing art to urban youth, run by -- >> the man we're about to introduce you to, who co-founded this
between 17th and 18th is basically the los lying point of sam francisco. you have runoff from twin peaks from try hill burn all heights it will end up in this area. we have the tendency for this to flood. and what people are doing so nervous about is not of the drain is clog but it was underneath and the water starts coming up and you are dealing with sewage and water. last april we had a really strong storm coming in and that is exactly what happened. a lot of these residents and merchants had to deal with a lot of bacterial toxic stuff. they're very nervous at this point. luckily bay at are working with the city and the city is working with them. they're hoping to be able, they will have a place to go in wages and up on the sidewalk but at least it will be clean water and help lead the sandbags will prevent them from going into any of the businesses or buildings here. and despite its justice it tight and wait thank. they've done all they can do to avoid flooding but it is just a matter of seeing if it will work or is a template.six tempoy fix. >> there are limbs of trees and other debr
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the twin cities and even over towards chicago. but then out west, that's where the trouble really brews. it's that time of year that there's norm lay big area of high pressure that sets up off the west coast. that's gone and that allows all the pacific moisture to come through. high snow will be an issue. rain in seattle. so how is it going to affect your travel? a little bit of a trend continuing here. again, all your issues out towards the west. san francisco, major delays expected. same deal over in oakland. a lot of your shawl airports will have backups there. seattle moderate delays. but so far in los angeles and in chicago, even detroit, only minor delays. overall not a bad weekend with the exception again out to the west coast. back to you. >> glad we're on the east coast. >> all right, wolf. no, reynoldss. either way -- >> i answer to anything. >> but -- >> he wants you to flip it. he likes wolf reynolds. >> he claim that's his real name. >> and reynolds is his mother's maiden name. >> so he says. >> there you go. >> thank you reynolds. >>> in squawk sports news, the atlanta falcons
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